A motor control center (MCC) is an assembly of one or more enclosed sections having a common power bus and principally containing motor control units. Motor control centers are in modern practice a factory assembly of several motor starters.
An electrically controlled switch (relay) used for switching an electrical power circuit. A contractor is typically controlled by a circuit which has a much lower power level than the switched circuit, such as a 24-volt coil electromagnet controlling a 230-volt motor switch.
Thermal overload relays. Motor protection for overload and phase failure. Thermal overload relays are economic electro-mechanical protection devices for the main circuit. They offer reliable protection for motors in the event of overload or phase failure.
Often used in a relay logic circuit, or for some other part of the motor control scheme, typically switching 120 Volt AC power instead of the motor voltage.
This manual selector switch is used to direct one or two signals to either one of two ports. Ten scale plates available to perform a variety of functions. Vented and non-vented models are available.
A simple switch mechanism for controlling some aspect of a machine or a process. Typically use for MCC Panels.
A malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), or check engine light, is a tell-tale that a computerized engine-management system uses to indicate a malfunction.
Used as a sealing and termination device to ensure that the characteristics of the enclosure which the cable enters can be maintained adequately.
Brass & G.I. Glands
Glands intended to resist dripping water or water pressure will include synthetic rubber or other types of elastomer seals.
A type of fastener, for holding items together, primarily electrical cables or wires. Because of their low cost and ease of use, cable ties are ubiquitous, finding use in a wide range of other applications.
Panel Board wires
A cable consisting of several metal strands twisted together.a flexible metallic conductor, esp one made of copper, usually insulated, and used to carry electriccurrent in a circuit.
A shrinkable plastic tube used to insulate wires, providing abrasion resistance and environmental protection for stranded and solid wire conductors, connections, joints and terminals in electrical work.
A fixture designed to be installed in the end of a cable or a conductor in order to facilitate the connection.
Markers typically wrap around the cable and feature an identifying mark, usually a number or a color, so you can easily ID a cable at a glance. By using numbers and/or colors, the labeling process is simplified, as it can be difficult to read longer text around the surface of a thin wire.
Digital C Clamp
Clamps measure current. Probes measure voltage. Having a hinged jaw integrated into an electrical meter allows technicians to clamp the jaws around a wire, cable or other conductor at any point in an electrical system, then measure current in that circuit without disconnecting/deenergizing it.
A soldering iron is a hand tool used in soldering. It supplies heat to melt solder so that it can flow into the joint between two work pieces. Composed of a heated metal tip and an insulated handle.
Fire Resistant Cable
Mainly featured in low liability of fire or that second combustion is only limited to a certain range, meets the IEC60332 combustion testing requirements, and is applicable to the places with flame retardant requirement
Protects cables over long runs in industrial, outdoor and underground applications. Full enclosure withstands moisture, vibration, oils and more.
An electrical safety device that operates to provide overcurrent protection of an electrical circuit.
Used to bear mechanicalloads or electricity and telecommunications signals. Wire is commonly formed by drawing the metal through a hole in a die or draw plate